are rarely properly cleaned, and every person who comes
through a restaurant touches them. A recent test by The Dr. Oz
Show uncovered 7 out of 7 sample menus from restaurants in the
New York City area were covered in bacteria, including fecal
bacteria like E.coli and pneumonia-causing streptococcus.
Grip the menu by the top corners instead of holding it by the
bottom. Most people hold the menu by the lower half, so you’ll
be minimizing your exposure to bacteria.